Arranging: Small Ensemble and Horns

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Develop your writing and arranging skills for smaller bands and larger ensembles and learn techniques that can be applied to both live instrumentation or sequenced/sampled sounds.

Whether you are writing for jingles, soundtracks, or pop songs, knowing how to write/arrange for smaller bands and larger ensembles is crucial to your success. Arranging: Small Ensemble and Horns explores the properties of the trumpet, trombone and alto, tenor and baritone saxophones and approaches the techniques and melodic embellishments that will give you a basic understanding of writing/arranging for these horns as a section. You will focus on applying writing processes for 2-, 3-, 4-, and 5-part horn combinati…

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Develop your writing and arranging skills for smaller bands and larger ensembles and learn techniques that can be applied to both live instrumentation or sequenced/sampled sounds.

Whether you are writing for jingles, soundtracks, or pop songs, knowing how to write/arrange for smaller bands and larger ensembles is crucial to your success. Arranging: Small Ensemble and Horns explores the properties of the trumpet, trombone and alto, tenor and baritone saxophones and approaches the techniques and melodic embellishments that will give you a basic understanding of writing/arranging for these horns as a section. You will focus on applying writing processes for 2-, 3-, 4-, and 5-part horn combinations; skills that can be applied to both live instrumentation and sampled or synthesized sounds. One can't write effective sequenced parts without knowing what real players would characteristically play on these instruments. This course will provide you with a greater understanding of the possibilities and sounds that the horns as a section can add to your arrangement.

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